The cross is situated near Crosshall farmhouse and is said to date from the 12th century, after the Second Crusade. It is ca. 10 feet high and is thought to be a memorial stone of someone who had been to the Holy Land. The coat of arms may be that of the Soulis family.
- Hardy, J (1885), 'On the ancient cross at Crosshall, in the Parish of Eccles, Berwickshire', Hist Berwickshire Natur Club, vol.10, page 368
- Robertson, R (1792), 'A description of an ancient obelisk in Berwickshire: with an engraving', Archaeol Scot, vol.1, 269 illustr.
- Location map: 55°40’22"N, 2°22’58"W
- CANMORE/RCAHMS record of Crosshall, Eccles Cross; Carved Stone; Crosshall Farm; Deadriggs